Joana Semião, homo Œconomicus e homo politicus: urdindo uma epistemologia “tolerante” moçambicana

43 | 2021

Dulce Maria Passades Pereira

Docente na Universidade Licungo, Campus Murrópuè, Quelimane, Moçambique / Doutoranda em Psicologia Social, da Faculdade de Psicologia e Ciências de Educação da Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5445-3801

Joana Semião, homo Œconomicus and homo politicus: weaving a Mozambican ‘tolerant’ epistemology

Global trends on neoliberalism have placed Mozambique (more) exposed to jargon, theoretical currents, and the practices of dominant ideologies. Speeches about women’s movements, feminism, gender and women, in general associated with the places of decisions, tables of power, and political intricacies, are locally proposed as cosmological systems of parameters for structuring society, proposing a glocal theory and practice, in a context weakened by its condition as a developing country. With the pretext of thinking about the process of emancipation of Mozambican women, based on the culture of silencing the trajectory of the Mozambican Joana Semião, this article aims to understand the ‘representation’ of the absence of women in Mozambican society, in the context of homo Œconomicus and homo politicus ghosts.

Keywords

absences, silences, homo Œconomicus and homo politicus

DOI: https://doi.org/10.22355/exaequo.2021.43.11
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